From CNBC here:
Stocks have posted double-digit gains since Election Day on the promise that Trump and an all-Republican Congress would provide a pro-growth smorgasbord of policies. Health care is the first big issue, and the House GOP has shown how divided it is, with a caucus of fiscal conservatives challenging the ability of Trump to prove his mastery as negotiator-in-chief.
“This is really a vote on Trump, not so much the health-care vote itself, but the likelihood of tax and regulatory policy getting through,” said Jack Ablin, CIO of BMO Private Bank. “I think President Trump has put his political credibility on the line with health care and if nothing gets done, it’s really a poor reflection of his ability to influence Congress.”
I’m having a tough time feeling bad. You’re all big boys and girls down there and I’m always hearing about the best and the brightest blah blah blah.
If you fell for the Trump con, I could give a shit, and tens of millions of Americans feel the same I’m sure.